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Powder snow, tropical beaches and steaming hot springs make up Japan's diverse landscapes

Its state of flux defines Japan's wilderness; this archipelago bubbles with volcanic activity, continually changing the landscape. Its four distinct seasons and the cherry blossom, colorful foliage and powder snow they bring, further compliment the evolving environment. 

While Japan may be better known for its busy cities, the majority of the country is made up of forested mountains, offering opportunities for skiing, hiking, onsen baths and forest bathing. 

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